It is absolutely brilliant! The level of detail is amazing and every aspect of it is completely well thought out. I’ve only watched it once but what I love most is that he leaves from Long Beach airport and not LAX. Because that’s reality!
But honestly, every little thing has meaning. Every accessory and prop we see is significant. It’s the type of video you would watch 100 times and discover something new every time. It’s layered, complicated and beautiful, just like Louis! Bravo to Louis and his team!💐
My favorite part is that he's catching a non-existent international flight out of Long Beach Airport, bless, you'd think they would check 😂 But other than that, top notch teaser, can't wait for the rest of the music video!
honestly facts fly out the window when he looks like that
Today, for the last time ever, Boeing technicians integrated the wings, fuselage, nose and tail of the final C-17 Globemaster III ever to be produced. I’ll recognize this bittersweet end of production by commemorating the prototype aircraft that started it all.
Just outside the West Gate of Edwards Air Force Base, California, rests an interesting aircraft, the McDonnell Douglas YC-15. This ship, #72-1875 was the first of only two YC-15 aircraft made for the Air Force’s Advanced Medium Short Takeoff and Landing Transport program (AMST).
On August 26, 1975, this YC-15 made its first flight from the McDonnell Douglas plant at Long Beach Airport, landing at Edwards Air Force Base (where she is displayed today). She would undergo flight test at Edwards, including a competitive fly-off against the Boeing YC-14. The YC-15 was later upgraded to become the McDonnell Douglas C-17 Globemaster III and the Boeing YC-14 would never go into production. Ironically, after a merger in 1997, the C-17 would be produced under the Boeing name.
After flight test, YC-15 #72-1875 was stored by the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. She was transferred to the nearby Pima Air Museum in 1981 then went back into flying service in 1997 to fly test operations for C-17 program.
In 1998, the aircraft suffered a catastrophic engine failure and was forced to land at Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, California. She never flew again and was transferred up the road to her final home with the Air Force Flight Test Museum at Edwards. Her sister ship, YC-15 #72-1876 was destroyed at Davis-Monthan in 2012, making this the only existing YC-15.
Today is a sad day at the Long Beach plant that built this YC-15. C-17 production will soon stop, but the aircraft will continue to serve for decades, proudly flying in the California skies above our YC-15 prototype, and all over the world.
DDN SPORTS EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: DENNIS RODMAN USES WOMEN'S RESTROOM AT AIRPORT While Bumping Staind
He’s worn dresses … maybe that’s why Dennis Rodman felt so comfortable using the women’s restroom at Long Beach airport Wednesday night and DDN Sports has the video.
Sources at the women’s bathroom tells us she noticed Dennis in the airport around 9 PM – but couldn’t believe it when she saw The Worm walk straight into the women’s restroom while blasting Staind’s “It’s Been Awhile” on his mini-speaker.
We’re told he was inside for about a minute – and acted normal while a bunch of confused women looked on … some doing double takes.
Ultimately, he left without issue and went on his merry way … continuing to play that Staind song.
Now we should point out our founder David Zaldivar did it years at Robinson May by accident without looking at the gender sign.
A JetBlue aircraft taking off to Austin, Texas, made an emergency landing Thursday morning at Long Beach Airport in Long Beach, Calif., after an engine began overheating shortly after take-off. While the plane’s 147 passengers and crew landed without serious injuries, they still had a scary moment when the cabin filled with smoke and their oxygen masks failed to drop.